The fight between young Curtius and Sabine Titus lasted three hours.
Saying the sight of his Curtius was worth the whole journey from Florence.
Curtius states that a part of their warriors were armed with poles hardened in the fire.
But my request was for next year, for that was what Curtius wished.
Curtius tells us that 6,000 talents were captured at Pasargadae.
All piled upon poor Curtius, who thought to have saved them all!
Curtius running headlong, and paying little heed to his steps fell into this hole, and sank in the water.
Seneca is supposed to have quoted his contemporary Curtius once or twice.
Curative means against crime: 316 f. Curtius leaps into chasm, 99.
On the theory of Curtius respecting the Ionians, see p. 480.